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Learn how to set the auto mode function using the Canon G10
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Setting the camera’s Auto Mode is very simple. The Auto Mode is right here located on the mode dial. Now you’ll notice when you have the Mode dial set to Auto the light that indicates my ISO is turned off as well the as light that indicates my exposure compensation is turned off which means that I do not have access to this dials. Both will be set automatically. Everything else is pretty much automated. My ISO is automatic as we know. My White Balance is also automatic and these are two reasons why I don’t usually like to use this mode. I prefer using the program mode it automatically sets the proper exposure meaning the right Aperture and the right Shutter and it gives me control where to place my focus and I can then set my ISO and White Balance in the way I want. So that’s how you set the Auto Mode but again at personally before using the program on just move that over to P for Program. Now you can see I have control over my ISO and my exposure compensation and I can set my focusing square right in the center that way I can focus on my target. Press the Shutter button halfway and then recompose and take a picture.